Medical students matched with top-tier residency programs, including the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins.
Temple Now is how Temple staff, faculty, alumni and friends stay up to date on the latest news and events happening on campus. It’s delivered directly to your inbox twice a week—on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
News Center Contact Us
Temple Now | News and Events from Temple University
Two medical students hugging.
Match, met
The senior medical students from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine were among a record-breaking 43,000+ applicants for residency programs this year in the United States. On Match Day, Temple students matched with top-tier residencies across the country, including the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins.
Share    Linkedin icon
Temple news
Street sign on Temple's main campus.
Sign of the times
A subtle yet significant addition to campus life is turning up throughout Temple University: new signs to improve visibility and consistency.
Share    Linkedin icon
The exterior of Sullivan Hall.
Ready for anything
Sarah Powell, director of emergency management, wants you to know what to do if there is ever an environmental hazard on campus. Get the scoop on the shelter-in-place drill that’s happening April 6 at noon.
Share    Linkedin icon
Featured video
Two goals, one game
Haseeb Goheer holding a soccer ball in front of a goal net.
Senior Haseeb Goheer started the first collegiate chapter of an international soccer organization to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS.
Share    Linkedin icon
Featured photo
A person weaving fabric on a large loom as part of an interactive art exhibit.
Touchable art
Yesterday, Temple’s fourth annual Disability and Change Symposium kicked off the day of conversation about representation of the disability community in the arts and media with a pop-up interactive art experience from Tyler School of Art Associate Professor Lisa Kay and her students.
Share    Linkedin icon
Know any particularly awesome Class of 2017 graduates?
A woman wearing a cap and gown at last year’s Commencement ceremony.
We are gearing up to tell the stories of Temple’s amazing graduates. If you have suggestions for students to feature, please let us know! We’re looking for Class of 2017 graduates who are moving on to impressive, interesting or unusual academic programs, jobs or projects. Please send names of grads to by April 5.
Happening today
11 a.m. | Paley Library
Research Assignment Revamp
4 p.m. | Howard Gittis Student Center
Meet Ben Franklin Technology Partners + Startup Showcase
3:30 p.m. | Architecture Building
Andropogon on Sustainable Activism: The Role of Landscape Architects
7 p.m. | Temple Performing Arts Center
World Music Lecture and Performance: Intercultural Journeys
On the horizon
March 31
Teaching with Technology Symposium 2017
March 31
Dissent in America Teach-In: Trump in the Swamp—U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
March 31
Women’s Fest Film Screening
April 1
Ambler Campus: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
April 4
Building the 21st Century Library: Stories, Spaces, Functions
April 5
Social Media Marketing: Get Your Face Out There!
April 5
Diamond Screen Film Series: Faculty Showcase
View all upcoming events
Submit a story idea.
Facebook Icon   Twitter Icon   Instagram Icon   Instagram Icon   YouTube Icon    Pinterest Icon   Snapchat Icon
Temple University

Strategic Marketing and Communications
Bell Building, 3rd Floor
1101 W. Montgomery Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19122